Wordlist: Hospital - List 2

 

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  • sweat
    • sweat[swɛt](verb)
    • Definition:
      • to emit a fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature
    • Example:
      • She's sweating because she's afraid of the interview.
      • Synonym(s):
        perspire
    • shiver[ˈʃɪvə](verb)
    • Definition:
      • to tremble or shake, especially when cold or frightened
    • Example:
      • They stood outside for hours, shivering in the frosty air.
    • relief[rɪ'.liːf](uncountable noun)
    • Definition:
      • the removal of stress or discomfort; the feeling associated with the removal of stress or discomfort
    • Example:
      • It was a relief that the girl was finally getting better.
    • internal(adjective)
    • Definition:
      • within the body
    • Example:
      • Her bleeding was internal.
      • Synonym(s):
        inner
      • Antonym(s):
        external
    • vital[ˈvaɪtəl](adjective)
    • Definition:
      • necessary to the continuation of life
    • Example:
      • The brain is a vital organ.
  • recovery
    • recovery, recoveries(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a return to normal health
    • Example:
      • The man's recovery is a relief for his family.
    • recover[ɹɪˈkʌvə](verb)
    • Definition:
      • to get better from a bad condition and regain one's health; to regain something which is lost
    • Example:
      • He recovered quickly from his illness.
  • save
    • save[seɪv](verb)
    • Definition:
      • to help somebody to survive, or keep somebody from harm
    • Example:
      • The firemen saved the family from the burning building.
  • remedy
    • remedy, remedies(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a medicine, application, or treatment that relieves or cures a disease
    • Example:
      • My grandmother told me about old remedies to treat flu.
    • admit to[ədˈmɪt](phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to allow to enter an institution; to make somebody enter an institution
    • Example:
      • The insane lady was admitted to a mental institution.
    • release from[ɹɪˈliːs](phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to make somebody leave a place
    • Example:
      • After a few months he was released from hospital.
  • fill in
    • fill in(verb)
    • Definition:
      • to complete a form or questionnaire with requested information
    • Example:
      • Please fill in the form before you see the doctor.
      • Synonym(s):
        fill out
  • form
    • form, forms[fɔːm](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a blank document or template to be filled in by the user
    • Example:
      • To apply for the position, complete the application form.
  • emergency
    • emergency, emergencies[ɪˈmɝ.dʒən.si](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a situation such as a natural or man-made disaster requiring urgent assistance
    • Example:
      • Sue's mother called her because of an emergency.
    • in case of emergency(Chunk)
    • Example:
      • In case of emergency call 911.
    • emergency call, emergency calls(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a telephone call to report an emergency
    • Example:
      • The emergency call came in, in the middle of the night.
 

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          remedy
          a medicine, application, or treatment that relieves or cures a disease
          shiver
          to tremble or shake, especially when cold or frightened
          fill in
          to complete a form or questionnaire with requested information
          sweat
          to emit a fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature
          emergency call
          a telephone call to report an emergency
          in case of emergency
          recovery
          a return to normal health
          save
          to help somebody to survive, or keep somebody from harm
          relief
          the removal of stress or discomfort; the feeling associated with the removal of stress or discomfort
          release from
          to make somebody leave a place
          admit to
          to allow to enter an institution; to make somebody enter an institution
          form
          a blank document or template to be filled in by the user
          vital
          necessary to the continuation of life
          emergency
          a situation such as a natural or man-made disaster requiring urgent assistance
          internal
          within the body
           
           
           
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          fill in
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          save
          to help somebody to survive, or keep somebody from harm
          form
          a blank document or template to be filled in by the user
          emergency
          a situation such as a natural or man-made disaster requiring urgent assistance
          fill in
          to complete a form or questionnaire with requested information
          recovery
          a return to normal health
          remedy
          a medicine, application, or treatment that relieves or cures a disease
           
           
           
         
         

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